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In this modern epic poem, poet Analog de Leon (Chris Purifoy) offers an empowering message to anyone who has loved, lost, or yearned for freedom.

Inspired by the life of Syrian Saint Simeon Stylites, a 4th-century Monk who lived for many years on a small platform atop a pillar, Vertigo encourages introspection, contemplation, and self-love.

Vertigo - Analog de Leon

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Title
Vertigo - there is a secret written in the stars and in the mountains
Author
Analog de Leon
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Andrews McMeel Publishing
Language
English
UK Publication Date
20171214

In this modern epic poem, poet Analog de Leon (Chris Purifoy) offers an empowering message to anyone who has loved, lost, or yearned for freedom.

Inspired by the life of Syrian Saint Simeon Stylites, a 4th-century Monk who lived for many years on a small platform atop a pillar, Vertigo encourages introspection, contemplation, and self-love.

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Analog de Leon is a moniker by Chris Purifoy and an initiative to encourage people to unplug and be present in their lives. Chris is an author, technology architect, and futurist. He speaks in global forums about the slippery slope of progress and the importance of art with purpose. Chris is the Co-Founder of Lost Poets,an organization dedicated to art in resistance.

Chris is the Chief Technology Officer for the Global Action Platform, a university-business alliance and think tank in collaboration with the United Nations and the World Bank, dedicated to advancing scalable, sustainable solutions for abundant food, health, and prosperity.

Chris also helps produce TEDxVeniceBeach and sat on councils at TEDxNashville, TEDxYouth and the Music Education Policy Roundtable, a national government lobbyist group dedicated to higher standards for music education.

Read Chris's full story atwww.goingvertigo.com/bio.

Type
BOOK
Country of Publication
Missouri
Number of Pages
112

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